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- Fresh upholstery proves plentiful at market. Evans, Gary // Furniture/Today;8/4/2008, Vol. 32 Issue 47, p22
The article reports on the launch of new upholstery products at the Las Vegas furniture market in Nevada. The upholstery launched ranged from Donald Trump's new collection for Lexington to the Museum of New Mexico collection for King Hickory. The idea behind most of the new groups was to give...
- Motion players draw their share of looks. Gunin, Joan // Furniture/Today;8/4/2008, Vol. 32 Issue 47, p22
The article reports that motion upholstery companies were able to draw their share of business at the Las Vegas furniture market in Nevada "despite a weak economy and a strong upholstery producers." Majority of new product introductions were well accepted by customers. Some of the products...
- Leather sources pleased with market activity. Gunin, Joan // Furniture/Today;8/4/2008, Vol. 32 Issue 47, p23
The article reports that stationery leader upholstery suppliers were pleased with market activity at the Las Vegas furniture market in Nevada. They were encouraged by the positive reactions generated by new products from the customers. Some of the new stationary upholstery products launched by...
- Simple silos, soft seating spark sales. Gunin, Joan // Furniture/Today;07/31/2000, Vol. 24 Issue 46, p8
Presents a lineup of best-selling stationary upholstery pieces from various furniture manufacturers in the United States. Includes the 95-inch crescent sofa from Clayton Marcus; Velvety vintage from Rowe Furniture Corp.; Lautrec from Bernhardt.
- Flammability compromise possible? Welch, Rupert // Furniture/Today;12/11/2000, Vol. 25 Issue 14, p4
Reports on proposed flammability rules for upholstered furniture in the United States. Compromise of furniture industry and federal regulators; Flammability issues.
- Sofa sleepers alive and well. Andrews, Susan M. // Furniture/Today;12/11/2000, Vol. 25 Issue 14, p8
Reports on the transitional time of the sofa-sleeper category of upholstery manufacturers in the United States. Sales of sleepers; Misconceptions about sleepers; Importance of proper cushioning.
- Myths and realities in upholstery. Sloan, Carole // Furniture/Today;12/11/2000, Vol. 25 Issue 14, p29
Focuses on myths and realities in the upholstery industry in the United States. Weakness of motion and recliners versus stationary; Market share of prints.
- Upholstery makers moving to spur sales in though climate. Gunin, Joan // Furniture/Today;8/26/2002, Vol. 26 Issue 50, p27
Reports that sales of upholstery are steady despite of a tough economy in Tupelo, Mississippi. Sharp pricing of upholstery; Manufacturers' creation of creative economic antidotes; Consumer behavior.
- Upholstery scaling runs the gamut. Evans, Gary // Furniture/Today;12/9/2002, Vol. 27 Issue 14, p8
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- New day dawns for fabric performance. Andrews, Susan M. // Furniture/Today;9/8/2003, Vol. 28 Issue 2, p38
Reports on the response of the furniture industry to consumer demand for easy care for residential upholstery in the U.S. Introduction of microfiber upholstery and apparel fabrics; Provision of fabric warranty; Enhancement of design and drapeability.